Torneo Mexicano de Robótica(TMR) is organized annually by the Federación Mexicana de Robótica A.C. A.C. (FMR) since 2008 in collaboration with some of the most important educational institutions in the country.
The TMR 2023 is organized in collaboration with the Technological University of the Southeast of Veracruz
In previous years, these are the institutions that have hosted the tournament:
TMR 2022, Polytechnic University of Victoria, Polyforum “Dr. Rodolfo Torre Cantú”, Ciudad Victoria
TMR 2021, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara (remote event)
TMR 2020, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Hermosillo (event canceled due to the pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus).
TMR 2019, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara
TMR 2018, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey
TMR 2017, Cristóbal Colón School, Lomas Verdes, State of Mexico
TMR 2016, Victoria Polytechnic University, Polyforum “Dr. Rodolfo Torre Cantú”, Ciudad Victoria
TMR 2015, Faculty of Higher Studies of the UNAM, Acatlán, State of Mexico
TMR 2014, UNACAR-Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche
TMR 2013, ITESM-Puebla, Puebla
TMR 2012, ITESM-CEM, State of Mexico
TMR 2011, ITAM, Mexico City
TMR 2009, Panamerican University, Guadalajara, Jalisco
TMR 2008, UNAM, Palacio de Minería, Mexico City
The UTSV in 2023 is responsible for receiving the participants of the TMR 2023 and AMR 2023 in the city of Xalapa, Ver. We will have the categories AutomodelCar, Autonomous Drones, LARC Standard Educational Kit, Rapidly Manufactured Robot Challenge, RoboCupJunior OnStage, RoboCupJunior Soccer Lightweight, RoboCupJunior Soccer Open, RoboCupJunior Rescue Line, RoboCupJunior Rescue Maze, RoboCupJunior Rescue Simulation, RoboCup Major Humanoid, RoboCup Rescue Major, RoboCup@Home, RoboCup@Home Beginners, and Beach Cleaner Robots.
As is well known, some of these categories correspond to mandatory national qualifiers to attend the Latinoamericano de Robótica and the RoboCup World Cup.
During the three days of the TMR, the participants have the opportunity to test their robotic designs by applying their knowledge and skills to make decisions and solve theoretical-practical problems typical of the competition. At the same time they can meet other students from the country and exchange ideas and experiences. Thus, the TMR not only promotes the development and learning of robotics in an environment of healthy competition, but also the comprehensive training of the participants and the creation of future collaboration networks in robotics and related disciplines.
Each year the TMR increases the presence and competitiveness of students of all educational levels, from primary to postgraduate and including consolidated research groups.